All about the New IRA: How to Cash in on the New Tax Law Changes
The new taxpayer relief act of 1997 has created a wealth of opportunities for IRA investors. This new book gives you inside information that's not available to the general public. Dive in and find out how the current IRA has been changed and what the new Roth IRA is all about; how special educational features can help parents pay for college; how to build a tax-free retirement nest egg; and what the four different types of IRA contributions are. You will also learn how to set up, make contributions to, and receive distributions from your IRA; how to avoid common mistakes and hidden penalties; how to file the proper IRS tax forms; and most of all, how to make money for your retirement!
-- This book is a quick, yet thorough response to the new tax law changes
-- Learn how the new Roth IRA works
-- Step-by-step instructions make it easy to manage a self-directed IRA
-- Learn how to handle tax reporting and filing
-- Avoid costly mistakes and penalties
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